Dracaena marginata plants can be used as table plants, but they are especially impressive as tall trees with multiple canes and hundreds of long, thin, green leaves trimmed in dark red. The canes are often thick, twisted, and woody, making them a desirable and expensive “specimen” plant. Dracaena marginatas, or Madagascar Dragon trees as they are sometimes called, are easy-care , durable, indoor plants well suited for offices and homes. NASA lists a Dracaena marginata as an excellent plant for removing harmful chemicals from the air.
Dracaena Marginata Watering Requirements
1.Only water your Dracaena Marginata when the top 1-2 inches of soil is dry.
2.Use room temperate water.
3.Yellow leaves indicate a thirsty Dracaena Marginata.
4.Brown edges of a green leaf indicate overwatering.
5.Be mindful of fluoride levels in water. Use distilled water is possible